Sulfate- and Talc-Free Hair Care for a Naturally Beautiful You

Not only should we be aware of what we are putting into our bodies, we should be aware of what we are putting in our naturally beautiful hair!

Sponsored by DermaE
September 2017

Women know that the rich color, lushness, volume, silky texture and fragrance of their hair is one of the first things that someone notices about them, but it often seems impossible to find the right product and regimen without breaking the bank or making several trips to the salon. Even a trip to the local beauty store can become overwhelming as you stare at the rows of product with strange words on their labels. Our busy lives are complicated enough without having to decipher what Sodium Xylenesulfonate is! Ironically, when we buy the pretty bottle and put the weird chemical names in our hair hoping to look like the gorgeous model in the TV ad, those hard to pronounce chemicals are what’s standing between us and those luscious locks!

Did you know that sulfates are commonly found in many shampoos and conditioners? Typically serving as foaming agents, sulfates include many harsh chemicals that can irritate the skin, dry the hair follicles, diminish shine, or ruin your blowout.  If you suffer from dry scalp, or conditions such as psoriasis and dermatitis, then you need to be aware that sulfates are oftentimes the culprit for your inflammatory response.   

girl in sun with healthy hair
Photo courtesy DermaE

The best way to get rid of those harsh chemicals and reduce this skin inflammation is to make sure that your shampoo, conditioner and leave-ins are sulfate free. Luckily, you can rest assured that you can still achieve that beautiful salon look with natural sulfate-free products.